September 9, 2019 By IBM Cloud Team < 1 min read

Git Repos and Issue Tracking, a component of the IBM Cloud Continuous Delivery service, is upgrading GitLab to version 11.11.8 in order to get the latest features and security fixes.

We are upgrading GitLab, as part of the Git Repos and Issue Tracking offering, to version 11.11.8 on Wednesday, September 11, 2019.

GitLab upgrades are compatible with previous versions, so users are typically not impacted in any way. However, on rare occasions, GitLab will make changes that are incompatible in areas that are not API. For example, undocumented or unsupported calls may no longer be present or behave the same way they did in previous versions. Please read through the release notes to ensure compatibility.

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